Grasshopper Manufactures No More Heroes III comes in other formats, it has been revealed.
XSEED has confirmed that it is bringing the former Switch exclusive to PS5, PS4, Xbox and PC.
Previous No More Heroes titles have followed a similar path, being first launched on Nintendo systems before being released in other formats.
We rated the game 8/10 and said:
No More Heroes III has the flaws of both its main predecessors – it’s a little more boring than No More Heroes 2 and a little less meaningful than No More Heroes. However, it compensates for this by being yet another indisputably impressive carnage party, a blood-sprayed love letter, and a Suda51 fan’s wet dream splashed across the Switch. The story it tells is cool. The game it plays is cool. None of these crucial aspects reach the heights of the series’ Nintendo Wii origins, but none really sheep No More Heroes could reasonably be disappointed with this third incarnation. The joke is starting to get thinner, but it’s all in itself. And Suda51 can still spin a very fine yarn.